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Former member of German Reichstag to address forum Wednesday night • Doctor Sherman Eger to speak to pre-meds at meeting tomorrow • Sheble airs echo for 125 couples at soph hop dance • Marshall calls for practical Christians at frosh vespers • "Living under tension" will be theme of annual all-Ursinus conference • Martin tells chemists about his findings on viscosity of liquids • Spring issue of Lantern to come off the press soon • Frosh co-ed debaters meet Norristown high in double debate here • Need for leavening is theme of sermon at weekly Lenten service • WSSF drive nets over $200 as it achieves its goal • Men debaters plan to conclude season at home and afield • Meistersingers present concert of sacred music at Easton • Director Johnson gives team rosters for intramural program • Beaver mars coeds' record, 28-31, but Temple lassies defeated Saturday, 29-25 • Basketball squad elects veteran Al Hutchinson as 1942 season captain • Shreiner and South to play this week for dormitory title • Wrestling team names 136-pound Dick Arnold captain of 1942 varsity • Eleven enter final rounds of girls ping pong tourney • Ursinus coeds to compete in Temple play-day events • Curtain Club plans varied program for meeting tomorrow evening • French Club will meet tonight to make final song recording
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, newspaper, Lenore Berky, May Day pageant, Arthur Martin, debate team, Sherman A. Eger, Wilhelm Sollmann, James Marshall, Henry M. Kisler, YMCA, YWCA, Calvin Yost, baseball, softball, basketball, wrestling
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Herber, Denton; Ihrie, Robert; and Parsons, William T., "The Ursinus Weekly, March 16, 1942" (1942). Ursinus Weekly Newspaper. 780.
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